Giants vs. Royals: Game 6 Score and Twitter Reaction from 2014 World Series

For the second time this World Series, the Kansas City Royals' bats awoke from a Madison Bumgarner-induced slumber in impressive fashion. Revitalized by a return home to Kauffman Stadium, Ned Yost's squad scored seven runs in the second inning and cruised to a 10-0 win over the San Francisco Giants, forcing a decisive Game 7 on Wednesday night. As the Royals have proved all season, it doesn't take immense power to produce this kind of offensive outburst. They hit just one solo home run in the seventh but relentlessly bombarded San Francisco with six doubles and a total of 15 hits, joining the 2001 Arizona Diamondbacks in the World Series record book by the third inning: That meant rookie Yordano Ventura had the rare experience of pitching in a do-or-die game with essentially no pressure. Spotted the early seven-run advantage, the 23-year-old tossed seven scoreless innings, striking out four and allowing just three ...

Jose Canseco Accidentally Shoots Self in the Hand at Vegas Home

Six-time MLB All-Star Jose Canseco accidentally shot himself in the hand on Tuesday afternoon at his Las Vegas residence and is recovering at a hospital in the area. Spencer Lubitz of KTNV in Las Vegas added specifics about Canseco's condition: Natalie Cullen of CBS 8 News Now received confirmation through police that an accidental shooting had occurred at Canseco's home. Canseco's daughter Josie tweeted an update on her dad's status: Canseco, 50, enjoyed many of the best years of his career with the Oakland Athletics, winning an American League MVP award in 1988 and his first of two World Series titles in 1989. The slugger hit 462 total home runs but discredited the power element of his game to a degree by publicly admitting to extensive steroid use.Read more MLB news on

Royals Pitcher Yordano Ventura Honors Oscar Taveras with Message on Hat

As he took the mound for Game 6 of the World Series, Kansas City Royals pitcher Yordano Ventura honored late St. Louis Cardinals outfielder Oscar Taveras, who died in a car accident in the Dominican Republic, with a message on his hat, glove and cleats. The two players became good friends while playing in the Double-A Texas League, according to Alden Gonzalez of (h/t Drew Silva of HardballTalk). [Fox, Twitter]Read more MLB news on

Mo’ne Davis Throws out 1st Pitch for Game 4 of World Series

Since taking the Little League World Series by storm, life hasn't been the same for Mo'ne Davis, who continues to shine under the spotlight at just 13 years old. On Saturday night, Davis got the opportunity to throw out the first pitch of Game 4 of the 2014 World Series at AT&T Park. She threw from the mound and didn't miss, putting the ball right in the strike zone. You can see video of the pitch here. MLB was celebrating the 75th anniversary of the LLWS during pregame festivities. It was only fitting that the first girl in LLWS history to pitch a shutout got to throw out the ceremonial first pitch at an MLB World Series game.Read more MLB news on

Mike Trout, Giancarlo Stanton Win Hank Aaron Award for Best Offensive Player

Mike Trout and Giancarlo Stanton are two of the best young sluggers in baseball, and they have the trophies to prove it. Trout took home the Hank Aaron Award for the American League's best offensive player, with Stanton representing the National League, per Major League Baseball. Trout wasn't on hand to accept the honor, but he made sure to show his gratitude in a video message, per's Alden Gonzalez: The Los Angeles Angels outfielder had another otherworldly season, with 36 home runs, 115 runs batted in, 16 stolen bases and a slash line of .287/.377/.561. He also had the highest WAR (7.8) among all offensive players, according to FanGraphs. The award's namesake saw Trout play earlier in the year and gave the 23-year-old his stamp of approval: Stanton had a similarly impressive season, socking 37 home runs and driving in 105 runs, cracking the century mark in that category for the first time. ...

Kansas City Royals vs. SF Giants Game 4: Live Score and World Series Highlights

Keep it right here for all the live updates of the pivotal Royals vs. Giants Game 4 matchup. Who will come out on top in a hotly contested World Series matchup? We'll be the first to let you know! Royals lead the series, 2-1.  Game 4 can be seen on Fox.   SCORE UPDATE: Royals 4 - 11 Giants, Top 9hRead more MLB news on

Giants vs. Royals: Game 1 Score and Twitter Reaction from 2014 World Series

The Kansas City Royals entered Game 1 of the World Series with eight consecutive 2014 postseason wins, scoring more than five runs per ballgame during that stretch. It had been one of the most memorable postseason runs in recent memory. But Madison Bumgarner had plans of extending his own streak. The San Francisco Giants ace allowed one run, three hits and one walk in seven innings, powering Bruce Bochy's squad to a 7-1 series-opening win. It marks his third win in as many World Series starts. Before allowing a home run to Salvador Perez in the seventh inning, Bumgarner ran a pair of astounding scoreless innings streaks a bit further, as noted by ESPN Stats & Info and ESPN's Buster Olney: The Mercury News' Alex Pavlovic provided an updated look at the 25-year-old's unbelievable career numbers in the Fall Classic: It took San Francisco just one inning to give Bumgarner the insurance he needed. The ...

Kansas City Fan Couple Will Have a Baby If the Royals Win the World Series

The Kansas City Royals' appearance in the 2014 World Series has fans who aren't used to this kind of success in the postseason ecstatic. One fan got an adorable Corgi dog after the team's wild-card win. Now, since Kansas City is in the World Series, the stakes have been raised by this couple, which claims it'll have a baby if the Royals take it. We have a feeling that this lady is going to have a child regardless, but this is definitely a way to add some fun to the Fall Classic.[h/t SB Nation]Read more MLB news on

World Series 2014: Bold Predictions for Giants vs. Royals Showdown

If there is one thing the 2014 MLB playoffs have accomplished, it is reinforcing the idea that anything can happen. The fact that the San Francisco Giants and Kansas City Royals are meeting in the World Series is proof of that. The Giants' run to this point isn't necessarily shocking, since this marks their third World Series appearance in five years, but few expected an underdog squad like the Royals to make it this far, especially after nearly getting eliminated in the AL Wild Card Game. Both teams have gotten to this point through different means, but they have certainly earned it. Based on the manner in which this postseason has played out, there isn't too much that would shock baseball fans at this point. With that said, here is a look at some bold predictions for the World Series that are likely to at least raise some eyebrows if they come to ...

MLB Playoff Schedule 2014: Complete World Series Slate and Predictions

The Kansas City Royals have captured the imagination of every sports fan who's spent years cheering for a team that's often struggled to compete. The San Francisco Giants have a core group of battle-tested playoff veterans looking to win their third title in five years. Those two extremes create an interesting contrast heading into the World Series. Most casual observers will probably side with the upstart Royals, who have gone unbeaten through three rounds. The Giants are highly likely to put up more of a fight, though. The difference between the two squads is minimal on all fronts. That suggests a long series could be on the horizon after a postseason that's moved quickly through the other rounds. Let's check out the complete schedule along with a championship preview and prediction.   2014 World Series Schedule   Series Preview Neither team reached the 90-win plateau during the regular season. The two teams don't feature nearly as much ...

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